Attorney General Merrick Garland's Justice Department has placed far-right extremist violence atop its priority list, one of many quiet changes under the Biden administration.
Police are so reluctant to conclude white mass killers are motivated by racism, bending themselves into pretzels to find the least obvious reasons for their violence.
But keep on thinking the terrorists are the Black and brown folks.
Former white supremacist skinhead gang member Frank Meeink who now lectures against the movement discusses what's driving the radicalization we're seeing on the right.
Totally NOT shocking: the universe of domestic right-wing extremists who came together on Jan. 6 has grown massive, is constantly expanding, and now poses a greater threat to American society than overseas jihadists.
Extremism in their own ranks is problem Number One. After Jan 6, it's impossible to ignore. Hopefully.
How long did it take for Republicans to (falsely) label Black Lives Matter a terrorist organization? Let's see how they like it from the DHS.
Joe Biden’s determination to combat the “rise of political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat,” is not only a necessary idea but one that is long overdue. It’s also important that he not do it wrong.
Smaller social media and chat platforms such as Gab have seen an increase in users since major mainstream platforms began cracking down on far-right extremists following last week's Capitol riot.
More proof that Parler was the place where domestic terrorists were organizing.